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Very Italian Dolce & Gabbana Campaign Features Selfies, Spaghetti

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Dolce & Gabbana spring 2016

And Asian tourists, too.

Continuing the theme of its most recent fashion show, Dolce & Gabbana's #ItaliaIsLove-inspired spring 2016 campaign features a healthy dose of models doing what they do best — taking selfies.

However, to add a bit of the family aspect that was the theme of its fall 2015 campaign, the label juxtaposed the models with a classic Italian setting for the backdrop. Like any good representation of Italy, the brand's portrayal of a traditional marketplace includes spaghetti, old women serving spaghetti and young men serenading women eating spaghetti. 

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Additional images of the campaign also portray Asian travelers taking in the culture, which the company described on Instagram as the coming together of "locals and tourists, those who know the Italian life and those who want to embrace it, feast together, chat, have fun and take selfies as tokens of their vacation and the new people they meet."

 

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